Carbon Mapper Share New Data Portal and Research Insights at 2023 AGU Fall Meeting

Published on: Dec 1, 2023

Carbon Mapper scientists will join thousands of participants at this year’s annual American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting to advance Earth and space sciences. The annual meeting brings together more than 25,000 attendees from +100 countries to present their work, network, and learn. From December 11–15, 2023, in San Francisco, the meeting convenes around the theme “Wide. Open. Science.” The results-oriented gathering is rooted in celebrating and advancing positive individual and collective scientific outcomes.

Carbon Mapper will have a strong presence at the event, for the first time hosting a kiosk and offering data portal demonstrations in the Innovation and Exploration Zone. Come visit us in the Exhibit Hall at booth #1511 Monday, Dec. 11 through Thursday, Dec. 14 of AGU week.

We’ll also be participating in several sessions as lead authors and co-authors, sharing important research about our work. Our talks and sessions focus on the impact of methane emissions and the importance of remote sensing and satellite monitoring in our global fight against climate change.

Carbon Mapper Presentations & Posters


Monday, Dec. 11

Presentation: Satellite Remote Sensing of Methane Point Sources: From Theory to Practice

Time: 10:20-10:23 PT

Location: eLightning Theater I, Hall D – South


Presentation: Performance of Column-wise and Pixel-wise Methane Retrievals for Imaging Spectrometers

Time: 10:32-10:35 PT

Location: eLightning Theater I, Hall D – South


Presentation: Detection of Flaring Activity and Quantification of Combustion Efficiency Using Imaging Spectroscopy

Time: 16:20-16:30 PT

Location: 2006 – West



Tuesday, Dec. 12

Time: 08:30 – 12:50 PT

Location: Poster Hall A-C – South (Exhibition Level, South, MC)

Poster: Using Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing to Investigate the Major Sources of High Methane Emission Events at US Landfills

Poster: A Generalized Approach to Estimate Methane Concentrations from Imaging Spectrometers Using IMAP-DOAS

Poster: Comparing Matched Filter Input Data for Training a Methane Plume Detection CNN


Presentation: Unlocking the Scale and Impact of Timely and Transparent Methane Emissions Data

Time: 12:00-12:30 PT

Location: Exhibit Hall Theater


Poster: Near-Source Safety and Health Risks of Oil and Gas Super Emitters

Time: 14:10 – 18:30 PT

Location: Poster Hall A-C – South (Exhibition Level, South, MC)



Thursday, Dec. 14

Time: 14:10 – 18:30 PT

Location:Poster Hall A-C – South (Exhibition Level, South, MC)

Poster: Improved Quantification of Column-Wise Methane Retrievals from Imaging Spectrometers

Poster: Improving Deep Learning Methods for Robust Methane Plume Detection using Alternative Input Representations


Presentation: Carbon Mapper: Performance Predictions and Airborne Prototyping

Time: 14:20 – 14:30 PT

Location: 3004 – West


Presentation: Carbon Mapper Airborne Methane Surveys of the Colorado’s Denver-Julesburg and Piceance Oil and Natural Gas Basins, 2021-2023

Time: 16:50-17:00 PT

Location: 3004 – West



Friday, Dec. 15

Presentation: Carbon Mapper Airborne Methane Surveys in South America

Time: 16:20-16:30 PT

Location: 3004 – West


More Carbon Mapper Highlights

Carbon Mapper staff are co-authors on the following research that will be featured at the meeting:

Carbon Mapper Partner Sessions

Join Us

Interested in connecting with Carbon Mapper during the AGU Fall Meeting? Do so by:  

  • Attending our events online as a virtual participant  
  • Following Carbon Mapper on LinkedIn and Twitter
  • Participating on social media by using #AGU23 or following @TheAGU.